Mason Jar Pincushion Toppers

Posted by Brenna

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As a crafter do you often wander stores thinking, "I can't buy that! It's so simple, I know I can make it!" That happens to me a lot and was the case with this project. It was so cute I had to come home and give it a try right away.

Supplies

  • Fabric {I used a piece from a layer cake}
  • Felt
  • Fiberfill
  • Needle (get a sewing kit here!)
  • Thread
  • Marking Tool
  • Glue Gun
  • Mason jar, ring and lid

Make it!

Cut your fabric into an 8in circle. I'm real fancy, I used a small plate. Also cut a 2 in circle out of felt, I used the inside of the mason jar ring as my guide.

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With needle and thread go along the edge of your circle about a half of an inch in, using a running a stitch.

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Once you've gone around your circle pull on the thread slightly to gather. When it starts to take shape you can begin to fill it with fiberfill.

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After you have your topper filled, tighten up your thread to enclose the circle. Tuck your raw edges to the inside, then give it another tug.

I like to go back around with my needle through the pleats to secure, then I knotted my thread to finish.

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I have to say it turned out so cute at this step I almost thought about making this the top!

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This step is purely optional, but if you would like your ring and lid to stay together put a few small dots of glue on the inside of your ring.

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Add glue to your piece of felt and attach to your topper.

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Attach felt to the mason jar lid. I had adhesive felt for this step, but if you don't a dot of glue will do just fine.

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You're Done! I hope you enjoy making this project and giving it as a gift, if that is the case. I love mine and I think it is a perfect for sewers, because not only is it a pincushion but it can hold your basic sewing or embroidery supplies.

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